David Wallimann and Mark Lincoln team up to teach the classic Jet rocker "Are You Gonna Be My Girl." This lesson features both an acoustic and electric version.
Taught by David Wallimann in Songs with David Wallimann seriesLength: 44:15Difficulty: 2.0 of 5
E--------------------- B---5-7b-7b-5--------- G---5-7b-7b-5--------- D-7-----------7-7-5-7- A--------------------7- E--------------------5-Watch me closely in the video as the riff should be played as part of the rhythm chords i.e. the A5 chord. See if you can get a good feel for the riff as it appears numerous times throughout the song and is undoubtedly an important part of the song.
D5 C5 G5And has a quick fluid change to the chords. Play the chords along with me using the power chord versions of them and see if you can get the hang of them before you delve head first into the song.
David Wallimann explores some of his favorite songs in this phase 3 lesson series.
David Wallimann teaches his own version of the classic song, "Canon in D."Length: 54:30 Difficulty: 3.5 Members Only
David Wallimann teaches the classic rocker "Shine" by Collective Soul. This lesson features the entire song, including the lead and backing tracks.Length: 56:41 Difficulty: 3.5 Members Only
David Wallimann and Mark Lincoln team up for a two part lesson on "Don't Fear the Reaper" by the Blue Oyster Cult. Learn both an electric and acoustic version in this fascinating lesson.Length: 81:49 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
David Wallimann and Mark Lincoln team up to teach the classic Jet rocker "Are You Gonna Be My Girl." This lesson features both an acoustic and electric version.Length: 44:15 Difficulty: 2.0 Members Only
David Wallimann smashes this original song into the clouds. Entitled "I Can See You Through The Clouds," David teaches all the amazing finger work in this song.Length: 73:15 Difficulty: 4.5 Members Only
David Wallimann teaches the Duke Nukem theme by Megadeth.Length: 40:22 Difficulty: 3.0 Members Only
David Wallimann teaches Alan Jackson's hit country song "It's Time You Learned About Goodbye".Length: 38:01 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
In this lesson David Wallimann teaches the classic song from Alan Jackson "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere."Length: 39:01 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
About David Wallimann
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David was born in Aix-en-Provence, South France in 1977. At the age of 15, he picked up the guitar and started developing a true love for instrumental music and composition.
In 1999 he was recognized by Ibanez for his promising musical achievements and received an artist endorsement. That early recognition in David's musical career encouraged him to consecrate more time on crafting his musical art and apply to the school of modern music Artist' in Cavaillon, France. He received a full scholarship there where he graduated with honors.
In 2001, David won first place for the Tal Farlow French national jazz contest which gave him a full paid scholarship to the CMA school of modern music in Valenciennes, France. He graduated specializing in advance guitar with honors.
Following his school years, David spent the next 5 years working with several bands recording, writing and playing shows in France and Belgium. It's during that time that Wallimann was exposed to the world of progressive rock which opened new doors to his musical creativity.
Deep inside the Mind is his first release as a solo artist in which he exposes his Christian faith. The album was well received in the specialized press and was compared several times to some of Frank Zappa's approach to music adding an element of humor to deep subjects.
In 2005 he joined the internationally renown progressive band Glass Hammer based in Chattanooga, TN. He released several studio albums and live DVDs with the band.
David is today working on his next upcoming solo release and is also spending quite a bit of time teaching guitar in his studio and online at JamPlay.
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